The Palm Springs Police Department is pleased to announce a series of four Neighborhood Town Hall Meetings, inviting residents, businesses, and community stakeholders to join us for a progress update, while participating in setting priorities for the next two years. These specially designed sessions are aimed at fostering a constructive dialogue and providing a platform for the community to discuss chronic issues and actively participate in the problem-solving process.
Residents and businesses are strongly encouraged to attend the session nearest to them, where each meeting will be facilitated by Police Chief Andy Mills and PSPD Command Staff. These sessions will outline public safety priorities and propose effective solution strategies.
The Palm Springs Police Department is committed to analyzing crime maps, patterns in criminal data, and service calls. By combining practical experience with insights from academic research, the department is dedicated to implementing evidence-based strategies to effectively reduce, manage, and control crime.
SOUTH DISTRICT, Thursday, February 29th, 4 to 5 pm, Indian Canyons Golf Resort South Clubhouse, 1097 E. Murray Canyon. The South District goes from Ramon Rd to the southern city limits. Residents who are unable to attend the meeting in their district are encouraged to participate in another session on a date that suits their availability.
ROAD WORK & TRAFFIC CONTROL
January 15 - April 1, 2024 | 6:00 A.m. - 5:00 P.m. Construction crews will be installing a Class IV bikeway on Mesquite Ave between Sunrise Way and Compadre Rd that will consist of a dedicated lane separated by barriers to provide a safe route for bicyclists.
Project Hotline: 1-833-4CV-LINK (428-5465)
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In an incredible act of generosity, The Prescott Foundation decided to purchase the more than 100 acre Mesquite Golf Course and donate it to Oswit Land Trust so that we can begin turning our vision into a reality. The new name, Prescott Preserve, will honor and recognize the Prescott Foundation’s chair and president, Brad Prescott. Brad’s compassion, selflessness and generosity through this donation will leave a historical mark on Palm Springs and surrounding communities.
The Los Compadres Neighborhood Organization (LCNO) arranged for David Lahti, Oswit Land Trust board member (and Los
More details available online at at https://savethedesert.org/prescott-preserve
Prescott Preserve has cordoned off areas of the preserve due to coyote mating season in February. Please be mindful when you are walking there, especially with pets. Stay on the paths which are away from the wash where most of the dens are. Temporarily the south loop trail on the east side of Farrell is closed. Pups are usually born around during March & April, so continue to be mindful throughout the Spring. (https://nywolf.org/2021/03/what-to-expect-during-coyote-pup-season/)
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The Los Compadres Neighborhood is one of the 43 officially recognized Organized Neighborhoods of Palm Springs (ONE-PS).
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